The aim of the workshop is to gather scientists, from both the static and dynamic extreme conditions community, to discuss recent results and new scientific frontiers that can be explored. The workshop will feature presentations and tutorials on laser shock experiments, an expanding technique at the ESRF for the study of materials under extreme conditions of pressure and temperature. Exotic states of matter can be attained, such as warm dense matter, relevant for planetary science, for the description of the interior of the planets and extrasolar planets, fundamental science, to constrain theoretical models, and energy science, for inertial confinement fusion.

For more information, please see: Studies of dynamically compressed matter with X-rays (DyCoMaX 3)